Son in Law | The Saturday Doobie Feature Ep. 101 | Movies and Marijuana Podcast

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Son in Law | The Saturday Doobie Feature Ep. 101 | Movies and Marijuana Podcast

Welcome to The Saturday Doobie Feature premiere episode! This week, hosts Justin and Cory go back to 1993 and hang out on the family farm with Pauly Shore and Carla Gugino in, Son in Law.



“Rebecca Warner moves from her small farm town in South Dakota to attend college in Los Angeles at California State University, Northridge. On her first day, she and her parents Walter and Connie meet Crawl; the resident advisor of Becca’s coed dormitory. After they leave, the clash of cultures drives Becca into seriously considering returning home, but Crawl advises her to give it a chance and she soon begins to acclimate; cutting and dyeing her hair, dressing in a more Californian fashion, and even getting a tattoo of a butterfly on her ankle. When Thanksgiving break approaches, Becca realizes that Crawl has nowhere to go, and she invites him to visit her family.

Shocked by her changes, the Warners and Becca’s boyfriend Travis try to take it in stride and decide to put up with Crawl, who had gotten off on the wrong foot with Walter, Becca’s father, when he dropped her off at college. At dinner, Becca realizes that Travis wants to propose marriage to her and she urges Crawl to speak. Unable to come up with anything off the cuff, Crawl tells them that he has already proposed and she had accepted. This upsets Becca’s family who develops a disdain for Crawl, and Travis who becomes so jealous he punches Crawl in the face. Now acting as a future son-in-law, Crawl expresses an interest in farming, much to the amusement of Walter and his farmhand Theo to keep up the lie, who sends him through the pratfalls and tribulations of farming as he is tasked with daily chores.” – Wikipedia



This weeks strains include:

Bernie’s Cookies – Blue Cookies/Sativa Dominant – Thanks to The Strain in Chattsworth!

King Louis XIII – Indica Dominant – “King Louis XIII might be most famous for making wigs on men de rigeur for the French aristocracy, but in Southern California the name will bring to mind a popular indica-dominant strain. This strain announces itself as many people did in the 1600s: by its smell. The difference is this monarch’s odor is one that’s meant to be enjoyed; its dense nugs have an overwhelmingly piney smell with an earthy musk that will have you thinking of your last forest adventure. Bred in part from OG Kush, Louis XIII has a very similar spicy kush aroma. Good for insomnia, this strain often tests at over 20% THC.” – – Thanks to Green Valley Collective in North Hollywood!

Green Crack – Sativa Dominant – “Don’t let the name fool you: this is pure cannabis. Few strains compare to Green Crack’s sharp energy and focus as it induces an invigorating mental buzz that keeps you going throughout the day. With a tangy, fruity flavor redolent of mango, Green Crack is the perfect daytime medication for patients treating fatigue, stress, and depression. Green Crack has branched into two genetic lineages, the most common of which is its sativa line descended from Skunk #1. The 75% indica variety of Green Crack is said to have come from an Afghani strain, and is marked by a tighter bud structure. Because its name perpetuates a negative image of cannabis, some people have taken to calling this strain Cush (with a ‘C’) or Green Cush instead.” – – Thanks to Green Valley Collective in North Hollywood!


Did you like that episode? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to join Justin and Cory next week when they’ll be back with an all new episode to discuss, Adventures in Babysitting!

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